WKU REGIONAL CAMPUSES
Forage Crop Experts To Speak At WKU Feb.21
|Date: Friday, February 14th, 2014||Return|
Western Kentucky University alumni Drs. Garry Lacefield and Don Ball, along with Dr. Carl Hoveland, will host “Ten Keys to Successful Forage Production” Feb. 21 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Environmental Science and Technology Building, room 248.
The three internationally known leaders in forage crop production have a new Spanish edition of Southern Forages as well as a new book, Forage Quotes and Concepts. A copy of each book will be donated to the Augenstein Alumni Center.
This event is sponsored by the WKU Department of Agriculture.
WKU will also host the 34th Kentucky Alfalfa Conference Feb. 20 at the L. D. Brown Agriculture Exposition Center. The event brings together alfalfa producers, university researchers and industry representatives. They will discuss the production and future of alfalfa in the Commonwealth.
Drs. Leslie North and Jason Polk of the Department of Geography & Geology and Ms. Heather Thomas from WKU Housing and Residence Life recently led a group of 15 students on a Faculty-Led Study abroad course to Iceland
over 16,000 GIS professionals, educators, and users from over 120 countries attend the world’s largest conference in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). This conference was hosted by the Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) in San Diego, CA.
The WKU Meteorology Program is hosting more than 20 students from 10 states and Puerto Rico this week (July 17-21) for its fifth annual weather camp.
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